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About (720) 452-**** Phone Numbers
Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 2010.While 7204526381 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (720) 452-6381 may have transferred it through a process called porting.
User Complaints for (720) 452-6381
Caller name: home security system scam
all the same fkin azzholes pushing their security systems.... it's a spoofed number.... these calls are coming from VOIP line and they can make show up on caller ID whatever area code and ph. number they want
anyhow, being on the DO NOT CALL list doesn't mean squadooosh to these people, and sitting through their message so you can "press 9" or "press any digit" to be removed from their list doesn't mean anything to them either, as I've done this several times but they just keep calling
one day I pressed the digit to talk to somebody as if I was interested, once I got a guy on the line I told him I've gotten dozens of calls from them and that i have no intention of ever buying anything so why waste your systems limited time chasing a known no-sale....
when I told him that I've gone through their system following their instruction to be removed from their list probably 30 times in the last 2 months, his reply was, "well, now you've done it 31 times" and hung up on me
this company is a bottom dwelling sh*thole of dubious dealings, complete disregard for any and all laws, regulations, or common decency... and as far as I'm concerned the people that work for them are of the same lot, they don't give a rats azz that you're being subjected to inordinate amounts of calls, or that they're calling your business line, or cell phone, or calling you several times in the same day to the point of becoming a complete nuisance, and even crossing over into harassment
any person there could take 2 funking seconds and ACTUALLY REMOVE your ph number from their lists, but they just don't give a sh*t, all anyone there is interested in is making a dollar by tricking the random morons and trusting old people that actually fall for their bs scam and get a "free" security system ... (which I'm sure ends up costing hundreds along with bloated ongoing monthly "monitoring" fees)